By Chrissy Clark, featuring Julie Gunlock, the director of the Center for Progress and Innovation at the Independent Women’s Forum
A college admission application service told high school seniors that minority protesters are treated differently than white protesters due to systemic racism.
Julie Gunlock, the director of the Center for Progress and Innovation at the Independent Women’s Forum, told the Washington Free Beacon that the Common App statement gave students a preview of what they would encounter in college. “Sadly, [this is] the sort of false and politicized message students can expect during their time at university, and for many years after if they plan to work in corporate America, big tech companies, or the mainstream media,” Gunlock said.
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